Ottawa played host to a music legend as James Taylor was finally in town, after having to postpone his original date due to the pandemic.
Now 74, James was every bit as excited to be performing again and knew the crowd had been eagerly waiting for this show for quite some time.
A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, with over 100 million records sold worldwide, and six GRAMMY awards, James Taylor has been one of the most successful artists of the last century.
James made sure to play all the hits, from “Fire and Rain”, to “Carolina in My Mind”, to “You’ve Got a Friend”.
He rolled back the years for many in the crowd, who were reminiscing of where they were and what they were doing when the songs were released years ago.
Opening the night was none other than Jackson Browne, who was the perfect fit to bring fans into the show.
Browne has been responsible for several successful albums in the ’70s and ’80s, such as Hold Out, and Running on Empty, which both achieved top 3 positions in the charts for long stretches.